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Katy Waldman Katy Waldman is a Slate staff writer. Parents love Rainbow Loom because they think it promotes creativity, quiet focus, fine motor skills, and digital literacy. Teachers hate it because t...

Boys Love Rainbow Loom, Defying Stereotype and Delighting Moms Everywhere
The other day, my seven-year-old son asked me for a Rainbow Loom. If you don’t know what that is, you don’t have children under age twelve. The Rainbow Loom is the toy of the season, a contraption for ...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow Loom for Michaels
A hot product can juice holiday sales. The trick is following up one blockbuster with another. That is the challenge for Michaels Companies, which got a boost last year from Rainbow Loom kits that all...

Inventor brings US business into loop with Wonder Loom
WIXOM, MICH. — Two years after going into business, Rainbow Loom inventor Cheong Choon Ng was nearing the millionth sale of his plastic-pronged device for weaving colorful rubber band bracelets. The $...

Look Out For Counterfeit Rainbow Looms, Which Are A Thing
Rainbow Loom has reportedly sold 3.5 million rubber band weaving kits, but it’s not enough. There’s never enough of the hot toy of the year. That’s why we were surprised–but not all that surprised–to ...

Rainbow Loom’s Success, From 2,000 Pounds of Rubber Bands
Cheong Choon Ng, above, designed Rainbow Loom, a suddenly popular crafts kit that turns rubber bands into bracelets. Jeff Kowalsky for The New York Times LAST weekend in Fair Harbor, N.Y., on Fire Isl...

Rainbow Loom bracelets are the latest craze for kids
In September, when Greta Arcudi bought her daughter a bracelet-making kit called the Rainbow Loom, her son, Jake, was a little miffed because he wanted one, too. So she bought him one. "He's way into ...

Gotta have it: Rainbow Loom is a craft popular with most kids
CHICAGO - Toni Notarangeli thought she'd misheard when her 8-year-old son Angelo begged her for a toy he just had to have: a plastic loom that helps kids weave colorful rubber band bracelets. Angelo l...

Rainbow Loom DOOM: Braided Rubber Bracelets Now Tearing Apart Brooklyn School
First, PS 87 on the Upper West Side banned them—now Brooklyn's PS 107 has put the kibosh on Rainbow Loom bracelet-making kits, because students are way too invested in making their own rubbery accesso...

Choon's Design moves ahead with patent lawsuit against Rainbow Loom rivals
Wixom, Mich.-based Choon’s Design LLC, makers of the popular Rainbow Loom bracelet making kit, will proceed with patent infringement lawsuits against several companies, now that a rival toy and craft ...

School bans Rainbow Loom bracelets
This rule is a stretch! An Upper West Side elementary-school principal is banning colorful rubber-band bracelets, claiming the jewelry-making fad is a classroom distraction that causes fights on the p...

Inventor of the Wildly Popular 'Rainbow Loom' Weaves the American Dream With Rubber Bands in a Detroit Basement
Choon Ng is like a lot of other men in one respect: He had to put a ring on his wife's finger before she was on board for the next chapter of their life together. From the end of the summer into the f...